Business Administration with Staffordshire FA
Weekly Wage: £135.05
Working Week: Monday - Friday, may include weekend work.
Total hours per week: 36.5 hours
Duration: 56 weeks
Possible Start Date: 14th January 2019
The role of the Business and Administration Apprentice will be to work innovatively alongside the associations Participation Officers to help with a wide variety of administrative tasks including; data input, answering calls, administering leagues, distributing resources, promoting programmes and generic administration tasks. The successful applicant will support all areas of Association to support continued growth of all areas of football participation, providing football for all
Specific duties include:
- Support, monitor and administrate specific initiatives targeting hard to reach groups
- Support Staffordshire FA specific League Administration
- Manage Inclusive programmes on all FA Systems
- Promote and increase awareness of inclusive programmes
- Support the development of recreational football
- Manage and develop relationships with key delivery partners, acting as key contact to provide initial support
- To act in the best interests of children and young people under the age of 18 and in accordance with the FA’s Safeguarding Children Policy at all times
- To adhere to all safeguarding policies, procedures and legislation. To sign the Staffordshire FA safeguarding code of conduct, undertake relevant training as required to maintain a valid DBS check at all times
- Support the delivery of targeted campaigns, and the work of grassroots clubs and the County FA
- Contribute to raising the profile and the perception of the CFA in leading and developing grassroots football
- Deal with telephone, email and helpdesk enquiries; providing excellent customer service to internal and external customers
- Support any other areas of the Association as required by the Board/Senior Management Team
About the Employer
Founded in 1877, The Staffordshire Football Association is the guardian of our national game in the County. Responsible for efficiently governing and developing the local game, the Staffordshire FA strives to positively influence participation for all in football regardless of age, ability, sex, sexual orientation, race, religion and socioeconomic status.We aim to ensure the long term future of the game by providing the best possible environment and infrastructure where football will flourish in the County for all backgrounds and abilities.
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